Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Nanoco Group Plc LSE:NANO London Ordinary Share GB00B01JLR99 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.05 0.49% 10.30 77,834 10:54:40
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
9.99 10.30 10.30 10.30 10.30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 3.86 -5.96 -1.76 31
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:52:47 O 554 10.46 GBX

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Nanoco Daily Update: Nanoco Group Plc is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NANO. The last closing price for Nanoco was 10.25p.
Nanoco Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 9.50p and a 12 week average price of 9.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 32.60p while the 1 year low share price is currently 5.70p.
There are currently 305,686,880 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 881,455 shares. The market capitalisation of Nanoco Group Plc is £31,485,748.64.
andycapped: Crunch is a QMC/QTMM fanboy. he coems on here to troll Nanoco holders- sad man. Anybody who followed his advice to invest in QMC back in 2017 when their share price was in the 14-15 cent range will be sore- currently trading in the 1-2cent range. In terms of sales Nanoco IP has outpaced every other QD supplier by a significant margin, they simple haven't been paid for it, as Samsung rinsed them out, allegedly. Over 85% of QD display sales are Samsung. NN and Nanosys make up the remaining 15%. Beyond that the market is miniscule for QD's, but should scale quickly for sensors in the medium term.
bones698: Trying to make sense of the reported buys and sells isn't going to help you understand why the nano shareprice is falling . If you don't know that trades can be hidden and delayed in such a way you will never understand what's going on then tour in the wrong game . As for nano this is still overvalued when you look at it's mkt cap and the fact it's business is failing . Loss making with only one customer of note . The only thing of value is the lawsuit but that could take years and the potential unknowns outcome doesn't warrant the current mkt cap imo . Whilst that drags on the conapny will continue to make losses paying for directors and employees . Just waiting to see how long before this hits 5p as it's already hit my 10p prediction even with the rampers saying it wouldn't . Shows who knows what they are talking about on here
bones698: Single digits coming fast . The case against samsung will likely result in a license deal but not for anything like the figures many on here are thinking given the numbers of ubit's and costs involved . That if nano has a decent case which is open to which side of the fence your on . Other than that nano looks like a failing buisness , lacking customers and highly loss making so that looks worthless ,infact will probably hurt the shareprice due to its losses. If the case against samsung was so good then why did nobody but nano just for that ? Funny how no decent offers came in even with that on the table . Some people on here clinging on to very faint hopes of a miracle . Mkt cap ridiculous for a loss making high cash burn outfit .
nigwit: What utter nonsense. You can't claim 750 patents is 'effectively back to square one'. The share price has dropped by 40% since Edelman left. For the last several years many posters have been rudely demanding his departure claiming that it would cause the price to rise. It hasn't so they were wrong, the market isn't short but it's not lying either. Bunch of amateurs here and on LSE and in the worst sense. I'm not against Tenner and his team, they appear to be competent but Mike floated Nanoco and had real passion. Perhaps his fire got doused by Samsung's perdify, which would be tragic, if understandable. I'll check by again when something happens.
millwallfan: Just had another browse of the company website. Nothing obvious regarding the lawsuit which is a little surprising- obviously they would not go into detail but it is an important issue for current and potential shareholders given the likely impact of both success and failure. My ongoing belief to remain a holder until the outcome is supported by two core reasons. Firstly the no risk funding for the lawsuit and that over 55% of shares are in the hands of just 5 holders including Richard Griffiths and notable investment funds. I do hope that there will be news soon on either sales or the lawsuit. A positive on both in time would project this company to a share price all long term holders believe is inherent in the technology.
dodobird25: The reason for his departure doesn't matter now. Although the share price appeared to be relatively stable, when Dr. Edelman's departure was announced, it has since fallen to a significantly lower level than was the case at the time of the recent placement. I am surprised that Mr. Tenner has not said anything to steady the ship - on the company's website perhaps - with leaks to the press? Are there any new contracts being negotiated? It would be good to know if this were the case. Surely Nanoco is not merely a one ball juggler, treading water, and waiting for news from the ongoing negotiations between their litigation specialists and Samsung's legal team? I am assuming that an out of court settlement (albeit a lower sum than some retail investors are predicting) would be the best possible outcome for both parties? If this were the case then Mr. Tenner would be able to plan a sustainable future for the company - something that his predecessor was unfortunately unable to achieve.
knicknack: Bones698..recycled garbage you just talk twaddle they have recently done a rights issue extending cash run away by two years till the end of 2022!....The issue affecting share price is news on litigation not sustainability. The share price movement is all about this..if it goes below 10p I'm buying and you can sod off!
davidw1: Just my thoughts millwall fan but I suspect the Stockmarket reflects NANO’s value as a going concern, which is why the share price is low. Yes, the litigation has a value but until the court has decided (or Samsung settles) it could go either way and the value attributed is low. Litigation could live on even if NANO shut up shop. Finalising TP funding is great news because it puts litigation off balance sheet and allows management to focus on getting those CFQD and IR orders. If ME can pull that off the share price will be off and flying and measured in £, irrespective of the Samsung case, which I expect will fund a healthy special dividend in future leaving plenty for R&D. The perceived risk is that NANO is loss making and may not have funds to remain in business beyond Q2 21, and the share price reflects that. Orders will be the driver for share price and litigation will be factored in when its value is more certain.
barkboo: Knicknack "could we see STMicro make a bid on Nano to remove the legal threat posed to Samsung. While Samsung returns the favour with some lucrative deals and further strategic partnerships" Any Finacial actions by anyone are motive driven - other than those of a philanthropist..and even then there is a feel good factor, or guilt removal necessity. The STMicro deal has considerably strengthened Nano - if you were looking to buy a business yourself, or even a pre planned joint venture (Samsung)....the last move you would make is to strengthen those you wish to defeat. I believe ST and Samsung do have a manafacturing collaboration - that is not unusual...Samsung have many deals including is however interesting that ST's headquarters are in Texas? The more likely scenario is that ST have gained a great deal knowing that Nano need the money - there could however be some future relationship conditions tied into the deal?? End of the day - ST intervention has strengthened NANO's hand..that can only be good for us, and bad for Samsung...the share price acted accordingly.
jfacwc: Nano share price being put through the mill again.Pretty excessive, even for them... still, its only small volume.
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